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In my last post, I wrote about the three keys for a trustworthy reputation: telling the truth, keeping your agreements, and standing by others under pressure. So you know how to make sure you are thought of as trustworthy. This … Continue reading

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In my last post I wrote about the only two ways trust goes wrong. So how do you know if you have a trustworthy reputation? I — and participants in our leadership development programs — have found these three questions … Continue reading

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A few weeks ago I wrote a blog post about Why Building Trust is So Important. Today I want to focus on why it is so important to keep that trust — why a trustworthy reputation is everything, in your … Continue reading

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Building Trust is So Important The way I look at it, trust is comprised of three unique components: similarity, outcome alignment, and confidence. 1. Similarity We usually open ourselves up more to people whose lives seem similar to ours than … Continue reading

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Do you want to learn the four most important principles of team building and how you can put them into action immediately in your team, for results you can count on every time? It’s the most straight-forward approach to building … Continue reading

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How do you avoid losing trust in your team? It is as simple as cleaning up all broken agreements at your earliest opportunity, but how do you manage that? If the recipe for TRUST in team building is to make … Continue reading

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